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Wag! is the nation's fastest-growing network of pre-screened and insured pet sitters and dog walkers. In less than 15 minutes you can book a nearby dog sitter, daycare provider, or dog walker, who'll take complete care of your loved one - at their place or yours.
Hi, I'm Tyler! I can't remember a time when there weren't dogs running around my house as a kid. I've taken care of my Miniature Australian Shepherd Izzy for almost 10 years now. A couple years back, our family was fortunate enough to adopt Izzy's niece, Tami! I think dogs deserve exercise and I'm happy to help make that happen!
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“9/10 dogs think my jokes are hilarious.”
Hey there! My name is Adam. I am a 32 year-old cancer warrior, teacher, author, and dog-lover-extraordinaire. I've raised dogs most of my life and they've all turned out fairly well. Most are off to college now and I'm missing them dearly. Thus, I am here looking for new canine-friends. I am an avid cyclist, runner and thoroughly love long walks/talks with pups. Hopefully your pup and I can bond over politics and 30-60 minute jaunt!
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Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Injected medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Training experience, Obedience training, Agility training, Behavioral training, Socialization training, Potty training, Therapy training, Puppy training
Hi, I'm Carrie and I have loved walking dogs w Wag! Most my logged walks took place in Los Angeles and I am now living in Asheville NC. I'm an avid animal lover and will treat your dog with love and respect. I absolutely love meeting new dogs and building a relationship. I also love to walk fast if yr dog is up for it. Thanks!
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Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, Fast walker, Puppy care
“Experienced walker, ready to go in any weather!”
I am the human companion of a standard poodle, therapy dog in training. I successfully completed over 200 walks in the Metro Atlanta area, with 100+ more walks in other cities. I recently moved to the west coast and am caring for dogs while traveling, through at least the first half of spring. Covid aware and careful. *please let me know if garage parking under 7" is only option, vehicle is currently high clearance because of roof cargo*
Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care
Hi my name is Bianca Moeller and I have been dog sitting and walking since I was about 10 years old. I grew up with dogs in the neighborhood and I currently have a small dog. I am very tentative to owner's instructions and to dog's mood.
Hi I’m Tarah I grew up with dogs and have had all different sizes of them through my life. Dachshunds, a pit bull, and a chocolate lab. I have walked dogs and sat for friends and families all throughout my teenage years and early twenties. I just got married and recently moved here and we don’t have an animal yet :( I’m excited to be able to help you and your pooch and have some dog fun back in my life!
When I was 5 years old my family got two dogs, who became the two animals that taught me responsibility. They also inspired my love for animals, and now I have a Bachelors of Science degree in Fisheries, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology from North Carolina State University. I have had volunteer experience at a dog and cat animal shelter, owned animals of a variety of species, and worked as a kennel technician and can comfortably administer various forms of medicine. My idea part time or temporary job is one outside and with animal which is why being a pet walker/sitter is perfect.
“Positive reinforcement and lots of exercise :)”
I've been pet sitting and dog walking for 10 years and currently own a dog, cat, and horse! I have experience dealing with difficult situations, behavioral issues, and I always put safety first. I have learned a lot from my own high energy red heeler, Rooney! I can take your dog for a high energy run or play, or an easy stroll around depending on their needs :)
Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Training experience, Obedience training, Agility training, Behavioral training, Socialization training, Potty training, Puppy training
Hello! My name is Amber and I am the proud adoptive mother of a six and a half year old Cairn terrier poodle mix. I was active in fundraising efforts for FOTAS (Friends of the Animal Shelter) while living in southern Oregon. I thoroughly enjoy observing, intuiting and responding with compassion to each dog’s unique needs. I consider it a privilege to care for your beloved fur bundles of joy!
Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull
“May I pet your dog?”
I am a recent Princeton grad looking to fulfill my daily dose of dog therapy through Wag walks! I love dogs of all shapes and sizes, and yes, I am usually the person stopping you on the street asking, “Can I pet your dog?” I grew up in California surrounded by animals and taking care of them was part of daily life. In this new city, I'm looking to make some furry friends, working with you to cater to all of your pup's needs.
Edneyville, North Carolina is a thriving (if unincorporated)
town on the outskirts of Hendersonville, and just 23 miles from Asheville.
These busy urban centers offer all the excitement your pup could want, and
the many Western North Carolina breweries offer plenty of fun for you. The famous
Sierra Nevada brewery, one of Asheville’s flagship businesses, has patio
seating for you and your fur family.
Nearby are some of the loveliest (and steepest) trails and parks in the Appalachians. Whether you want to take your dog rafting with French Broad Outfitters or hiking in the Dupont State Forest, it’s all within easy reach of Edneyville.
Asheville’s busy downtown and beautiful parks are well worth a visit or ten. But, for a more low-key day out, consider the smaller — but just as interesting — village of Black Mountain. In addition to the historic arts community, Black Mountain is also home to Bone-a-fide Pet Boutique and Bakery, where an array of delicious doggy treats are on display. If you overdo it, Black Mountain is also where you catch the Big Butt Trail or the Craggy Pinnacle Trail to work off the calories. Craggy Pinnacle is a 1.4-mile easy hike along the Blue Ridge Parkway.
Closer to home, plenty of shopping, services, and pet-friendly restaurants are just minutes from Edneyville. You'll find a top-rated animal hospital just a few miles away, and a 24-hour emergency vet clinic and several other providers are available in Hendersonville.
Chimney Rock is a scenic 10-mile drive from Edneyville and worth every inch. The main attraction is Chimney Rock Park with its dog-friendly hiking and stunning natural views. Don’t miss the Hickory Nut Falls Trail: It’s a 1.4-mile round trip of moderate difficulty leading you through the Hickory Nut Gorge to the 400-foot waterfall. Note that the park has a small entrance fee. Almost as dazzling as the park is the menu at Medina’s Village Bistro in downtown Chimney Rock. Medina’s actually has a puppy menu: Rover can order a marrow bone, bacon, eggs, or doggy-safe ice cream.
Just 20 miles from Edneyville, Biltmore Village was once the housing for staff working on the Vanderbilt family’s grand late-nineteenth century palace, the Biltmore Estate. The historic village is now home to shops and restaurants that cater to Biltmore’s many tourists, and dog-friendly patio seating abounds. Several local shops will even let Rover join you while you browse, at least if he behaves himself. When you’re ready for the good life, check out the Biltmore Estate itself. The landscape architect Frederick Law Olmstead, designer of Central Park in NY and the 1893 World’s Fair, also laid out the magnificent 250 acres of parkland that surround the Biltmore House, and dogs are welcome in outdoor areas, including at patio seating in several of the estate’s restaurants.
Hendersonville, just 9 miles from Edneyville, is the nearest urban center, and its main shopping and dining hub has nearly 30 dog-friendly restaurants that provide outdoor seating. The large shaded patio at Pi-Squared Pizza is particularly inviting. (In the mood for pupperoni, anyone?) There’s a dog park adjacent to the William H. King Memorial Park: the Pet’s Own Place provides fenced off-leash play areas for large and small dogs. Just outside of town are some tempting adventures: Saint Paul Mountain Vineyards and Burntshirt Vineyards welcome doggy visitors. In the autumn, take the dogs for a run at the five-acre corn maze at Grandad’s Apples.
Downtown Asheville offers beautiful tree-lined streets in an artsy, dog-loving community. Many businesses welcome well-behaved pups: more than 25 shops, boutiques, and art galleries let you bring your furry friends along for some retail therapy. Once you’re done splurging on yourself, try the Patterson Avenue Pet Company for two of life’s most important things: provisions and play. Their free off-leash fenced dog run is available to customers. Located behind the store, it even has a toy box stocked with best-selling items and a splash pool! For a bigger stretch, hit the dog park at the French Broad River Park, where you can also swim in the river or catch the 2-mile French Broad River Greenway trail.
In the East View Association neighborhood of Asheville, you can do something most people never try with their pets: antiquing. On one side of the neighborhood lies the 9,000-square foot indoor Bryant Antiques mall, where all 70 vendors are happy to see your furry friends. On the other side is Sweeten Creek Antiques, where dogs are also welcome to sniff out the treasures of yesteryear. Best of all is the Biltmore Antiques District, where a collection of shops and dealers come together in vibrant, dog-loving community. Just remember to keep Rover on-leash at all times.
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